There are three persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Each person of the trinity is equally God and totally united in essence and purpose.
We believe that He is fully God and through the virgin birth became fully man as well. Jesus lived a perfect life without sin and gave His life as the complete and perfect payment for our sins. Christ rose from the dead and now is our High Priest forever. Through His work on the cross, we are forgiven for our sins; receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, power for living the Christian life, and eternal life.
The Holy Spirit
We believe that the Holy Spirit is fully God and is the agent of the new birth, convicting men of sin, calling them to repentance. We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:1-4) We believe He lives within the believer to guide and empower them to please God and fulfill His plan for their lives.
We believe Satan is a real adversary of the believer and must be battled with spiritual weapons (Eph. 6). He is a fallen angel and roams about seeking to destroy. He will ultimately be thrown into the Lake of Fire.
We believe man was created in the image of God, but that through the sin of Adam and Eve, is now born with a sinful self-will, and nature. Men are completely unable to become righteous on their own and are spiritually dead until God enters their life and they are reborn. Unless man is born again he remains dead in his sins and will be cast into the Lake of Fire upon death.
We believe that as a result of the fall of Adam and Eve, mankind is totally depraved, dead in their sins, and without hope of eternal life with God in heaven. If not born again during their lifetime, they will spend eternity in the Lake of Fire separated from God (Rom. 3:23). As a result of the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, each person’s sins are forgiven and paid for upon receiving the free gift of salvation in Christ alone (Jn3:16). Salvation is by faith in Christ alone, and not by works of man (Eph. 2:8,9). It is given by the grace of God and is available to all who believe. The gift of salvation is found only in receiving Christ and there is no other name under heaven by which we can be saved (Acts 4:12).